HDI (High Density Interconnect PCBs)
HDI PCBs capitalize on the latest technologies available to increase the functionality
of PCBs using the same or less amount of area. This advancement in PCB technology
is driven by the miniaturization of components and semiconductor packages that supports
advanced features in revolutionary new products such as touch screen computing and
4G network communications.
HDI PCBs are characterized by high-density attributes including laser microvias,
fine lines and high performance thin materials. This increased density enables more
functions per unit area. Higher technology HDI PCBs have multiple layers of copper
filled stacked microvias (Advanced HDI PCBs) which creates a structure that enables
even more complex interconnections. These very complex structures provide the necessary
routing solutions for today's large pin-count chips utilized in mobile devices and
other high technology products
- 1+N+1 – PCBs contain 1 "build-up" of high-density interconnection
- i+N+i (i≥2) - PCBs contain 2 or more "build-up" of high density
interconnection layers. Microvias on different layers can be staggered or stacked.
Copper filled stacked microvia structures are commonly seen in demanding designs.
- Any Layer HDI - All the layers of a PCB are high density interconnection
layers which allows the conductors on any layer of the PCB to be interconnected
freely with copper filled stacked microvia structures. This provides a reliable
interconnect solution for highly complex large pin-count devices, such as CPU and
GPU chips utilized on handheld and mobile devices.
- Any layer HDI
- Multilayer copper filled stacked micro via structure
- 1.2/1.2 mil line/space
- 3/9 mil laser via capture pad size
- Embedded distributed and discrete passive components
- Complex rigid-flex HDI products
- Wide material and surface finish selections